Greene-Rose Heritage Park

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Greene-Rose Heritage Park is a small park near Kendall Square in Cambridge that is a hidden gem for both locals and visitors from other areas. Opening in 2008, the park features great landscaping, a small open green space, and 2 tennis courts. There are also very uniquely shaped chairs and benches along with a few other public art installations.

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Greene-Rose Heritage Park is a 10-15 walk from the Kendall MIT stop. You can also take the 64 and 68 Bus to the Broadway @ Windsor St stop. There is a Bluebikes station right by the park. 


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